Wreaths are not just for Christmas! Autumn in particular is one of the best seasons to fully embrace the beauty, warmth and character the season has to offer! Take advantage and the opportunity to capture the fleeting, tattered and wild feeling of fall in a radiant wreath! In this blog, we explore different types of wreaths to hang indoors or out using a selection of fresh and dried elements taking inspiration from nature.

1. Splendid Sunset

Incorporating the gorgeous palette of sunset, orange through to rich reds using berries, spray and roses with contrasting lime green. You can find a how to guide on our Youtube channel in the coming months.

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Ingredients required to make this arrangement: 1-2 stems of viburnum compactum (or hypericum), 5 stems of Rose Atomic, 5 stems of Rose Spray Fire Flash, 1 stem of Hydrangea Green, 1 floral foam (wet) base – ring, scissors.

2. Harvest Crops

Long lasting, neutral colour palette and interesting textural qualities – this wreath embraces the harvest incorporating dried barley, wheat, phalaris and wild oats.

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Ingredients required to make this arrangement: 1 bunch of wild oats, 1 bunch of wheat, 1 bunch of barley, 1 bunch of phalaris, 1 floral foam (dry) base – ring, scissors.

3. Dried Hops

Just like the above wreath, this simple wreath embraces the natural elements of the Autumn season; rescuing treasures of texture and unique colouring to create a beautiful wreath to be hung all season long.

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Ingredients required to make this arrangement: 1 bunch of dried hops, 1 floral foam (dry) base – ring, scissors.

You can also find one of our creations from last year on our blog using a rattan base and adding foraged and dried materials such as poppy heads, sliced apples and oranges, peppeberries. Watch now

You can find all of the ingredients used to create the above wreaths to style your home, office, make as a gift or for a client on our website here. Stay tuned on our Youtube channel for all of the above wreath how to guides in the coming weeks, along with more inspiration ideas for the season ahead.

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